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Lian Li Announces The PC-X510 Tower Chassis

Lian Li Announces The PC-X510 Tower Chassis Slender Mid Tower Chassis Fits Enthusiast Builds With Workstation-Class Efficiency And Cooling September 16, 2015, Keelung, Taiwan – Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd unveils the PC-X510: a mid tower chassis with a tidy, spacious interior segregated into three distinct airflow chambers for optimal cooling and tempered glass to show it off. The PC-X510 has generous allowance for components, supporting as many as eight 2.5” or 3.5” drives and eight expansion slots. Organized Airflow for Efficient Cooling The Case is trisected into three airflow chambers. Three 120mm fans pull air through two long intakes along the front of the side panels. Each is covered by a washable magnetic mesh air filter strip. An additional two 120mm fans vent the top and central compartments, while the PSU exhausts the bottom compartment itself. This divides the airflow between the PSU, motherboard, and drive bay area so they don’t influence each other. The included fan controller helps get the cooling just right. Modular Customization Options The top compartment of the PC-X510 features two removable drive trays mounted on shock-absorbing rubber grommets. Each tray holds two drives for a total of four 2.5” or 3.5” drives. One or both of the trays can be removed to accommodate ambitious cooling setups – up to two more additional 120mm fans or a 240mm water cooling radiator. An additional mount is located behind the motherboard allowing one tra...



CRYORIG Releases the M9i & M9a Ultra Compact Tower Coolers

CRYORIG Releases the M9i & M9a Ultra Compact Tower Coolers 16.09.2015, Taipei, Taiwan – PC thermal solution innovator CRYORIG releases the M9i and M9a, a compact tower cooling solution with three 6-mm heatpipes, True Copper Base and 92 mm 2,200 rpm PWM fan. The CRYORIG M9i/M9a is an entry-level tower heatsink that is both compact and affordable, but comes packing with material and tech comparable to CRYORIG’s other ultra high end products. Three 6-millimeter high performance copper heatpipes and a True Copper Base makes up the core of the M9i/M9a. Bucking the trend of removing the costly copper base in entry-level products, the M9i/M9a has all the same makings of CRYORIG’s other more expensive products like the H5 Ultimate. The True Copper Base improves heat conduction and contact area for all the heatpipes. Together with CRYORIG’s proprietary Jet Fin Acceleration System enabled aluminum fins, makes up for the high performance seen on such a small product. The M9 also safely avoids the RAM and PCI-E slots, completely avoids any RAM and PCI-E compatibility issues. With a total height of only 124,6 mm, it is also highly compatible with nearly all mid-tower ATX or Micro ATX systems. Following the steps of CRYORIG’s successful H Series single tower mid-range heatsinks, the M9i/M9a is CRYORIG’s first product out of it’s M Series entry-level line. Featuring three 6mm high performance copper heatpipes, the M9i/M9a offers 120 Watts of effect TDP cooling capacity....



Scythe announces third version of Grand Kama Cross CPU Cooler

Scythe announces third version of Grand Kama Cross CPU Cooler 16.09.2015, Oststeinbek (Germany) – Japanese cooling expert Scythe announcing the third version of it’s “Grand Kama Cross” Top-Flow CPU cooler. New Scythe Grand Kama Cross 3 is based on the same extraordinary X-Structure concept as the predecessor, allowing especially efficient cooling of both the CPU and the surrounding components such as VGA cards, VRMs or RAM. Scythe engineers redesigned the Grand Kama Cross 3 with the goal to significantly improve the overall performance. Instead of using regular 6-millimeter copper-heatpipes, Scythe has exchanged the two copper-heatpipes in the center against two with 8-millimeter diameter. Fine-tuning the manufacturing process allowed to further increase the efficiency of the heat transfer between the copper baseplate and the copper-heatpipes. Another difference to the predecessor is that both the copper baseplate and the four copper-heatpipes have been completely nickel-plated for the Grand Kama Cross 3. The engineers have re-designed the two aluminum-fins blocks and fitted the fins with a special saw tooth tread design. The new design has lowered both the operating noise at higher fan speed ranges and the air resistance, resulting in improved cooling performance. <iframe width=”854″ height=”480″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/Cr6liq60VjY” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Grand Kama Cross 3 c...





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